We notice the evangelism style of the Apostle Paul in this chapter. He’s not like modern day evangelicals, who preach at people and offend them with their approach.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on confrontation in a biblical and prayerful way. Sometimes we need to say the right thing at the right time, but there’s a loving and thoughtful way to do it that Daniel the prophet teaches us in Daniel 4. How would you confront a king overContinue reading “Do The Right Thing; STAND OUT for your faith”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on beating mediocrity in your faith. You can stand out for what’s right and stand up for the good. We learn about Daniel and his pals who were held captive in Babylon, but didn’t give in to the changing culture.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on a new series for Advent. “Fear Not” is a closer look at the angel encounters of Mary, Joseph and the shepherds. Taking their experiences to heart, we can view their responses and contextualize it for our lives. Do you walk in complete obedience with God?Continue reading “Does God Ask The Impossible? FEAR NOT”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on having the vision of God for His people. We are called to live as a health, missional church. The ten marks of this kind of faith are seen as we work together to reach people far away from us, and people in our very community.Continue reading “HEALTHY series; FAR SIGHTED & NEAR SIGHTED”
What does the word “evangelism” make you think of today? It’s been a little abused as a word over the past decade, but it’s time to dig deep into it’s real meaning. Don’t miss this sermon from Pastor Reid. As you navigate the waters of “sharing your faith”, you’ll come to understand that it’s notContinue reading “HEALTHY series; Intentional Evangelism”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on Happy. Our happiness is not found in external pleasures around us, rather a large component of happiness begins with trust. Jesus trusted John to write the gospel, receive love, and to care for Jesus’ mother. Does God trust you?